Highlights include acceptance speeches by recent award winners Glenn Murcutt and Tadao Ando; the only annual ranking of architecture and interior design schools; and an updated salary guide for architects and designers.
The annual Almanac of Architecture & Design is the essential and definitive tool for architecture and design–including architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, industrial design, historic preservation, and planning. The 2003/Fourth Edition is fully updated and expanded with a foreword by Susan Szenasy, editor-in-chief of Metropolis magazine.
Highlights of the 2003 edition include acceptance speeches by recent award winners Glenn Murcutt and Tadao Ando; the only annual ranking of architecture and interior design schools; and an updated salary guide for architects and designers.
The Almanac contains many exclusive listings including: the names and Web addresses of architecture critics from the nation's leading newspapers; the United States' major aquariums and their requisite architectural statistics; the most popular U.S. buildings as ranked by architects at various points in history; an up-to-the minute list of all the major sports stadiums and their architects; and much more.
The 2003 edition updates information found in past editions, including worldwide design museums and their 2003 exhibition calendars, the world's tallest buildings and most impressive skylines, recent historic preservation award winners, design and construction statistics, and recent obituaries of design leaders.
To order, call 800.726.8603. DI subscribers receive a 20 percent discount.
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